Peninsula Tour

Kim Boyong

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Festival Forum: EXiS 2021 Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul Peninsula Tour
Kim Boyong

29 Minutes

Festival Forum

October 28–November 11, 2021

Peninsula Tour begins one day, by memorizing the route on Google Earth departing from Seoul, passing through Pyeongyang and Sinuiju, and arriving at the Chinese continent. To be connected to the world through technology presents an experience that separates my body from the land and fragments time and space. When the land and the body fail to create a coherent relationship, are we truly connected to the world? Peninsula Tour is a discontinuous journey that seeks a continuous world, in a hyperlinked society that arbitrarily edits time and space.

Peninsula Tour is one of seven shorts presented by the 18th edition of the Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul – EXiS, as part of a special selection on e-flux Video & Film, streaming for two weeks from October 28 to Novermber 11 and accompanied by a conversation between EXiS 2021 programmer Inhan Cho and e-flux’s Lukas Brasiskis. See the full program here.

The program is part of the series Festival Forum on e-flux Video & Film, presenting collaborations with established and emerging moving-image festivals from around the world.

For more information, contact program [​at​] e-flux.com.

Film, Land & territory, Data & Information
Experimental Film, Video Art, Maps, Southeast Asia
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Kim Boyong is a performance and media artist based in Seoul. He explores language, time, space, politics, and narratives that are produced and designed by media and technology. He contemplates relationships in today’s atomized world, in order to create an alternative distance towards objects and to reset the relationship with society.


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